Halloween 2021 is here, and it’s been two years since the last big celebrations – basically it’s going to be a weekend for the ages, for ALL ages. We’ve put together the NoHo Halloween Guide to help you make this ghoulish weekend a great one. Click below to jump to our categories, or scroll to see more. Know of a spooky event happening in the neighborhood that we should add to this list? Reach out and let us know!

Where to Get Costumes
Explore NoHo’s Haunted History
Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth
Halloween Happenings and Parties
Events for All Ages

Where to Get Costumes

Pick Up a New Costume at Buffalo Exchange

This beloved second-hand boutique sells costumes that are sure to impress, but even more exciting is the one-of-a-kind pieces in the store that inspire ideas. Best of all, with new pieces coming in everyday, you’ll keep getting new options right up until the day of! Check store hours here.

Shop Costumes at 2nd Street NoHo + Enter Their Halloween Giveaway

Not only is 2nd Street NoHo a great place to pick up a new costume, but they’re giving giving away store gift cards if you show off your Halloween looks. Visit their Instagram to learn more about how to enter the contest.

Explore NoHo’s Haunted History

Halloween at the Merchant’s House

“New York’s Most Haunted Place” is an infamously spooky place, and has been home to all kinds of paranormal happenings for decades. They have a full calendar of events this October, from ghost hunts to funeral rites and so much more. Check out their events here.

The Bowery Boys at Joe’s Pub: Ghost Stories of Old New York

The iconic, beloved Bowery Boys podcast has brought NYC history to life for over a decade. Join them at Joe’s Pub for a retelling of some of the City’s most iconic scary folklore and urban legends. Make sure to buy tickets soon, as this event will sell out.

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Shop a Huge Selection of Sweets and Get Custom Candy Baskets at Snack Bowery

This neighborhood newcomer has a huge selection of unique, rare, interesting and craft candies from across the world. With a huge selection of options, you’ll be sure to find something tasty. Our favorite part? They’re open late night, perfect for post-party cravings. Check them out here.

Pick Up Pounds of Sour Patch Kids at Their Flagship Store

The Flagship Sour Patch Kids Store, located right here in NoHo, has everything you need to make a sour day better. Load up on this tasty treat, enjoy house made concoctions like ice cream, and get exclusive merchandise. Learn more about the store here.

Halloween Happenings and Parties

The Gonzalez y Gonzalez Halloween Bash

NoHo’s iconic Latin spot is throwing a Halloween Bash for the ages. Featuring a costume contest with cash prizes, margarita-drinking contests, dancing and so much more, this event is sure to impress. Plus, get half off the cover fee if you show up wearing a costume! Learn more here.

Drink with the Dead at Swift Hibernian Lounge

Well, not literally. But this longtime NoHo Irish bar has transformed for Halloween. Inside you’ll find a group of skeletons that have totally taken over this cozy spot alongside other devious decorations. With their kitchen open late, it’s a great place to start or finish a night out. See their menu here.

See the Halloween Spooktacular at Duane Park

This burlesque supper club is offering a ghoulishly glamorous evening of devilish delights. Join them for brunch or dinner, and enjoy the show, a ‘salute to all things macabre’ alongside a multi-course, prix-fixe meal. Get your tickets here.

Events for All Ages

A Showfields Halloween

Showfields is transforming into a Halloween Headquarters, with events for all-ages spread across every day of the weekend. Whether it’s pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating in the store, or joining their howl-o-ween, they’ve got Halloween covered. Check their events here.

Trick-or-Treat at Washington Square Park

On Wednesday, October 27th, Washington Square Park is hosting an exciting afternoon event for families. Get candy from trick-or-treat stations, carve a pumpkin, snag a costume pic at the selfie station, and so much more. Learn more and RSVP here.

Dog Day Costume Parade and Party at Washington Square Park

The iconic park is hosting a dog parade and party on Saturday, October 30th. Winning pups (and their owners) will get prizes, and the judging will begin at noon. Make sure to preregister your pooch! Learn more here.